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Birds & Blooms magazine 1997 August/September
1 Birds & Blooms magazine 1997 August/September
Reiman Publications August/September 1997 magazine used 66 pages 
Contents:
  • Garden Variety. Reluctant gardeners become green thumbs when friends and family began contributing to their landscape efforts
  • Blooming Beauty. The slightest breeze sends cleomes stirring. These tall, graceful garden flowers will work great in your backyard as well
  • Bird Tales. A crow chewing gum ... a cardinal feeding goldfish ... a woodpecker called "Fireman" ... and more about feathered friends
  • Top Billing. Cedar waxwings are fascinating because they're one of the most social birds. Plus they will drop in on a moment's notice
  • Ready for a Walk? These gardens and backyards are at their colorful peak. And there is plenty of winged activity, too.
  • Here's the Plan. Bluebirds feeding from your hand? Unbelievable! But it is possible with a little help from this simple-to-make feeder.LI>Outside Interests. This couple discovered their climate is perfect for growing herbs. Now an enormous collection surrounds their home
  • Outdoor Classroom. Spring is a long way off, but now's the time to plan its colorful show. These tips make planting bulbs a breeze
  • Worth Seeing. No matter what time of year you visit, Longwood Gardens puts on a spectacular show of flowers, fountains and lots more
  • Crafting Naturally. It may sound a bit rough, but "pounding" your delicate backyard flowers can result in some beautiful works of art
  • Hummer Happenings. Do hummingbirds hitchhike on geese? Should feeders be removed to encourage migration? Here are answers
  • Backyard Banter. Ready to smile? We've packed eight pages with fun tidbits, ideas and reader photographs. You won't be disappointed.

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    Birds & Blooms magazine 1997 Oct/Nov
    2 Birds & Blooms magazine 1997 Oct/Nov
    Reiman Publications October/November 1997 magazine used 66 pages 
    Contents:
  • Garden Variety - a family in Vermont's mountains added colorful flower beds to areas with steep slopes that are too difficult to mow
  • Blooming Beauty. Purple coneflower is an easy-care perennial with gorgeous daisy-like blooms that attract birds, bees and butterflies
  • Top Billing. The nuthatch is sometimes call the "upside-down bird." Learn how this backyard acrobat earned its fitting nickname
  • Ready for a Walk? Enjoy the rich hues, abundant fruit and colorful visitors that autumn brings on this photo-tour of inviting backyards
  • Here's the Plan. Don't let old myths scare you. Bats are excellent backyard companions. Welcome them with a house of their own
  • Outdoor Classroom. When a new bird stops in your yard, be sure to look for these important clues that will reveal its true identity
    Worth Seeing. The boardwalk at Florida's Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary offers visitors a terrific place to view birds and other wildlife
  • Fantastic Feeders. Subscribers handcrafted these colorful bird feeders that appeal to bird lovers as well as a variety of feathered friends
  • Crafting Naturally. Here's how you can turn cornhusks, flowers and other items from your garden and backyard into old-fashioned dolls
  • Showpiece. Winged euonymus, a hardy shrub also known as burning bush, brightens fall landscapes with its brilliant fiery-red foliage
  • Backyard Banter. We've packed these eight pages with plenty of stories, hints and pictures from creative readers across the country.

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    Crafting Traditions magazine 1995 November/December
    3 Crafting Traditions magazine 1995 November/December
    Reiman Publications November/December 1995 Volume 14, No. 2 magazine used 67 pages 
    Contents:
    Happy Thanksgiving. Turn Turkey Day into a real feast with four country-flavored projects for your dinner table:
    Bountiful Basket Table Set
    Thanksgiving Tin Punch
    Gobbler Nut Cups
    Turkey Napkin Holder

    Outdoor Decor. Next in our series on outdoor beauty if a cheerful idea that's designed to keep you on your toes: Noel Doormat

    Club Connection. Our group project this time is a quick-to-craft ornament that's been outfitted for lots of fun! - Country Skier

    Deck the Halls. Adorning your home for a tree-trimming party - or any joyous Christmas occasion - is simple, thanks to the festive projects and recipes arranged here:
    Tatted Button Necklace
    Pine 'n' Poinsettia Sweater (knit)
    Quick Cookie Tree Trims
    Fabric Scraps Garland
    Mr. and Mrs. Claus
    Pine Tree Sign
    Raffia Angels
    Plaid Bell Decorations
    Hardanger Coasters
    Angel Tree Skirt
    Wooden Nativity

    Recipes:
    White Christmas Chili
    Festive Ham 'N' Cheese Bread
    Merry Berry Appetizer
    Hot Cocoa Mix
    Homemade Pumpkin Pie Spice
    Spiced Nuts

    Crafting With Taste. This time, our well-seasoned series raises an idea that is rooted in plenty of holiday history: Gingerbread Tree Centerpiece

    Cookie and Gift Exchange. Presenting more than 20 delightfully fun ideas to craft and cook for everyone on your list.
    Sweetly Seasonal Recipe Card Holder
    'Moorry Christmas' Tin
    Rudolph Cookie Keeper
    Embellished Gift Bag
    Santa Claus apron
    Lacy Holiday Afghan (crochet)
    Country Kriss (doll)
    Merry Bears Sweatshirt
    Wooden Stocking Container
    Poinsettia Basket
    Bright Christmas Quilt
    Quick Clay Tie Tacks
    Crocheted Santa Treat Bag
    Appliqued Stocking
    Festive Slippers (crochet)
    Holly Bib

    Recipes:
    Cherry Christmas Slices
    Wishing Cookies
    Holiday Shortbread
    Chocolate Snappers
    Cherry-Almond Balls
    Pecan Stars
    Snowflake Bar Cookies

    Birthday Party Planner. Add the season's spirit to your birthday celebration with this very merry game and cake:
    Yule Log
    Happy Holiday Birthday Game
    Country Tree Trims Contest Winners:
    Cross-Stitched Tree Trimmers
    Terra-Cotta 'Home Sweet Home' Hanger
    Country Noel Angel
    Stenciled Pottery Balls
    Gingerbread Kids Tiles
    Santa Ornaments

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    Crafting Traditions magazine 1999 July/August
    4 Crafting Traditions magazine 1999 July/August
    Reiman Publishers July/August 1999 Volume 17, No. 6 magazine used 66 pages 
    Contents:
  • Christmas Craft Fun! For a lively Christmas-in-July party, you can gather a group to make the Yuletide goodies here.
  • Kitchen Helpers. Subscribers cooked up hearty holiday projects that'll lend a hand and spread lots of cheer besides.
  • Holiday Cheer. Deocrative designs are easy for you to finish in time to wish loved ones the merriest Christmas ever.
  • Kids' Korner. Festive trims to twist are what the younsters featured here wound up with. They're simply fun to do!
  • Honorable Accents. Come Fourth of July and Canada Day, the projects on parade can display patriotic pride colorfully.
  • Crafting with Taste. "Tweet" your family or guests to a flavorful avian idea - they'll sure agree it's in fine feather.
  • Creative Savers. Sensible selection of practically appealing projects aims to leave crafters time and money to spare.
  • Outdoor Decor. Up next in this every-issue series on exteriors, you can pattern a breezily bright idea after piecing.
  • Birthday Party Planner. Spotlight's on a buggy cake and ladylike crafts that'll start celebration fun right on the dot.
  • Farmer's Market Contest Winners. Here, you can browse among prized produce.

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    Crafting Traditions magazine 1999 March/April
    5 Crafting Traditions magazine 1999 March/April
    Reiman Publications March/April 1999 Volume 17, No. 4 magazine used 67 pages 
    Contents:
  • Basketful of Joy. With a fresh assortment of designs, you'll brighten Easter and other spring occasions like never before.
  • Crafting with Taste. Our ongoing series of flavorful fun features a sweet meringue treat that can really hold its own.
  • Kids' Korner. Here, a crafty youngster styles a can-do hair-do - a "bow-tiful" barrette that's truly a cut above the rest.
  • Luck o' the Irish. Bring good fortune to friends and family in March with charmed St. Patrick's Day crafts and treats.
  • Outdoor Decor. In this every-issue section on exterior beauty, warm breezes will make an agreeable amphibian chime in.
  • CT Spotlight. Get acquainted with designers offering you their clever stuffed critters and weathered wooden decor, too.
  • New Arrivals. Planning to welcome a special delivery? Just turn to this joyous section for babyish projects and gift ideas.
  • Birthday Party Planner. Hop on the wagon train and head for the horizon . . . a lively gathering for pioneers awaits you!
  • Garden Gathering. Take your pick - both of these ripe and ready-for-crafting ideas will guarantee homegrown goodness.
  • Christmas Corner. Since it's always the season for Yuletide crafting, we've included more merry designs for you to try.
  • Crafts for Celebrations Contest Winners. These six winners are full of good cheer.

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    Crafting Traditions magazine 1999 May/June
    6 Crafting Traditions magazine 1999 May/June
    Reiman Publications May/June 1999 magazine used 67 pages 
    Contents:
  • A Day for Mom. You can express your love on Mother's Day with crafts that are brightly blooming and garden-grown.
  • Crafting with Taste. Popping up in our ongoing series of flavorful fun this time are baked goodies for someone sweet.
  • A Day for Dad. From stitched tools to a fresh catch, these presents are well suited to show you care on Father's Day.
  • Cheers to the Graduate! Celebrate commencement by saluting the honored student with classy party decor and more.
  • Outdoor Decor. Up next in our series on exterior beauty, we shine the light on an angelic idea that graces greenery.
  • Wedded Bliss. To bring even more joy to the bride and groom, vow to craft any of the lovely designs you'll find here.
  • Homegrown Wedding Album. Share the happiness of subscribers who show their crafty nuptial accomplishments
  • Kitchen Helpers. What's cookin'? These hearty design'll give a hand with breakfast, supper and everything in between.
  • Birthday Party Planner. You can get a celebration in full swing with playful golf projects . . . each on course for fun.
  • Christmas Corner. Since it's always the season for Yuletide crafting, we've included more cheerful ideas you can try.
  • Family Keepsakes Contest Winners. Here are sentimental crafts to remember.

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    Disney's Scrapbooking with Mickey and Friends
    7 Disney's Scrapbooking with Mickey and Friends
    Canby Oregon Hot Off the Press stapled softcover new 8 1/2 inches by 11 inches tall 
    12 acid-free & lignin-free 8 1/2 x 11 pull-out paper pages; 45 punch out sheets 
    Price: 5.50 USD
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    Doll Crafter magazine 1991 January
    8 Doll Crafter magazine 1991 January
    Scott Advertising and Publishing Company January 1991 Volume 6 Issue 9 magazine used 130 pages 
    Features:
    Basics of Doll Crafting, Casting and Preparation of Doll Heads part 2
    Kestner
    Reflections. A History of Wax part 1
    Cover Story, Cloudy and Sunny
    Antique Dolls, Jumeau - The Doller's Dream part 2 A Parisieene Lady
    Doll Sculpting, Dear Old Witch, part 4
    Custom Dressing Dolls, Pretty Pinafore
    Profile, For the Love of Dolls
    Fiona

    A Potpourri of Theme Dolls
    A Kewpie's New Year
    Nefertiti, Queen of the Nile
    An Apple for Hanna
    Mademoiselle Valyntyne embraced by Hearts and Flowers

    Departments:
    Readers Speak Out
    Pullout Pattern and Instructions DPP176 - 16" Jonathon

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    Doll Crafter magazine 1992 September
    9 Doll Crafter magazine 1992 September
    Scott Advertising and Publishing Company September 1992 Volume 8 Issue 5 magazine used 152 pages 
    Contents:
    Features:
    Little Timmy
    Antique Dolls: Brus - The Precious Ones, Part 10
    Lady in Pink
    Doll Costuming: The Art of Hand Beading on Silk
    Cover Story: Mademoiselle Aubreynne
    Special Report: The Fascinating Strong Museum
    Hillary as a Native American
    Dressing Dolls: Pattern for Jeanne Braids
    Ask the Doll Lady
    The Charming A 14 T
    Doll Sculpting: Modeling with Paperclay Part 2
    Doll Accessories: Special Thins for Special Dolls
    Basics of Doll Crafting: Stringing Doll Bodies part 4

    Doll Crafter Showcase:
    Kistin Thor Wheeler

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    Doll Crafter magazine 1994 January
    10 Doll Crafter magazine 1994 January
    Scott Advertising and Publishing Company January 1994 Volume 9 Issue 9 magazine used 152 pages 
    Features:
    Cover Story: Ivy
    Megan Lee
    Ultimate Images
    Ask the Doll Lady
    Interpreting A Rare Kestner
    Doll Accessories: A Nighttime Ensemble Part 1
    Madame Du Barry
    Antique Dolls: The Creations of Fancois Gaultier Part 2
    Victorian Stick Ornament
    Doll Sculpting: Put You Best Shoe Forward
    Special Report: Armatures Part 1
    Basics of Doll Crafting: Composition Dolls Part 2
    Doll Costuming: Crochet A Bye-Lo Doll Ensemble

    Doll Crafter Showcase:
    Bea Roderick

    Departments:
    Readers Speak Out
    Business Update
    Pullout Pattern and Instrucitons DPP212, An Authentic 18th Century Costume for Madame Du Barry, a 26" Doll

    Condition: Pages have corner wear. Cove has creases, tears, and edge and corner wear. Pull-out pattern section is intact. 
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    Fine Woodworking magazine 1999 February #134
    11 Fine Woodworking magazine 1999 February #134
    Taunton Press February 1999 No 134 magazine used 130 pages 
    Articles:
    Soften Hard Edges with a Side Bead

    Crafting a shopmate scratch stock
    The Quick, Modern Way to a Polished Finish, combine automotive finishing materials and power-buffind methods to work wonders on furniture
    18th-Century Six-Board Chest
    The Almost Perfect Basement Shop
    Bench-Mounted Router Table, a three-part table clamps to a workbench, and it hangs from the ceiling when not in use
    A Working Guide to Glues
    Chip Carving Limbers Up
    Better Batteries for Cordless Tools
    Frame-and-Panel Bed, design rests on faceted legs with compound curves
    Beech: A Tough Nut Worth Cracking
    Dovetail Jig Review

    Condition: Magazine is in good condition, the pages are crisp and clean. Cover has rubbing wear, creases, and wear to the edges and corners. 
    Price: 5.50 USD

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    Hobby Farm Home magazine 2013 November/December
    12 Hobby Farm Home magazine 2013 November/December
    Bow Tie Magazines Inc. November/December 2013 Volume 7 Number 6 magazine used 96 pages 
    Features:
    Good to the Last Drop. Stir up your kitchen routine by using leftover veggies to create flavorful homemade broths
    Held in High Esteam. The age-old tradition of preparing steamed breads and puddings deserves a place in your cooking repertoire and at your family table
    Cold Frame of Mind. Constructing a cold frame for growing garden-fresh goodies year-round
    Special Collections. From books to sees, see how one passionate preservationist created a library that feeds more than a community's brains
    Growing Panes. Grow herbs indoors for cooking and crafting through the cool season
    Fowl Weather. Identify winter waterfowl
    Rene-gauge Knitting. Craft wintertime accessories with this renegade knitter's tried-and-true techniques

    Columns:
    Lessons Learned
    Country Fare
    Home Clinic
    Project Homestead
    Garden Grit
    Garden Home Solutions
    Nest Box
    Animal Talk
    Nature Calls
    Hands On

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    Hobby Farm Home magazine 2013 September/October
    13 Hobby Farm Home magazine 2013 September/October
    I-5 Publishing September/October 2013 Volume 8 Number 5 magazine used 80 pages 
    Features:
  • You Can Pickle That
  • Playing with Fire. The age-old tradition of hearth cooking and how to apply
  • A Turn for the Better. Small gardens can benefit from a no-till program
  • Back in Black. Black walnuts offer a bounty of options for cooking, crafting and other uses
  • Goat Power. Harness the power of goats to pull carts and other small equipment

    Columns:
    Dinner Bell
    Garden Grit
    Garden Home Solutions
    Nest Box
    Animal Talk
    Hands On
    Project Homestead
    Room for Improvement
    Nature Calls
    Cottage Industry

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    Made In Minutes, Scrapbooks Etc. magazine 2005 issue
    14 Made In Minutes, Scrapbooks Etc. magazine 2005 issue
    Better Homes and Gardens 2005 magazine used 128 pages, 8 inches by 10 1/2 inches tall 
    Contents:
    Ready, Set, Go! Follow our four-step plan for finishing your pages in minutes

    Spreading Out. Use these tips to easily convert a single page into a two-page layout

    Product Guide. Helpful tools and supplies streamline the scrapping process.

    15-Minute Layouts. Simple, yet beautiful, these layouts require only a brief time commitment

    30-Minute Layouts. Add a layer of difficulty with layouts that take just a half hour to complete.

    60-Minute Layouts. Try an advanced technique that adds a bit of time and interest to your crafting.

    Buying Guide
    Weekend Album. Scrapbook a year in just a few hours.

    Condition: Pages are crisp and clean. Cover has rubbing wear, creases, and wear to the edges and corners. 
    Price: 5.00 USD

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    Paper Crafts magazine 2008 February
    15 Paper Crafts magazine 2008 February
    CK Media February 2008 Volume 31, Number 1 magazine used 114 pages 
    Contents:
  • Be My Valentine - celebrate the season of love with "I heart you" cards, gift bags, wraps and decor for all of the special valentines in your lifeLI>Hot, Hot Heat! - If the temperature outside has you shivering, turn up the heat as we explore hot techniques like embossing, melting, laminating, and more
  • My True Love - Do you believe in love at first sight? Join us for products and techniques we love like sewing on elegant papers, mixing intricate stamps, and adding a little bling to your everyday accents
  • My Romance - Revel in our romantic projects which incorporate Victorian, French, shabby chic, lace, and other soft layered looks
  • The Joy of Card Making - Paper Crafts Pro and author Wendy Johnson has whipped up another batch of fabulous design recipes perfect for Valentine's Day and other sweet occasions
  • Moxie Fabs - Trends that are all the rage. Join or creative editor, Cath Edvalson, as she explores the stylish world of "moxie fabs" - her new phrase for truly original, inspirational, or uber cool trends that can be incorporated into paper crafts.
  • Paper Crafts 101 - Take your paper crafting skills to a whole new level with fussy cutting. We'll show you how to cut windows, create kaleidoscopes, and even trim distinctive borders from your paper
  • Photo Finish - Falling in love with photos. Our designers took inspiration from classic Valentine's Day icons to create these special photo projects
  • Get Inspired - See how Paper Crafts Pro Sue Neal was inspired to create this decorative wall hanging from the colors, elements, and photos of a crapbook layout.

    Condition: Pages are clean. Cover has creases. 
    Price: 6.88 USD

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    School Days with Pooh, scrapbooking paper
    16 School Days with Pooh, scrapbooking paper
    Canby Oregon Paper Pizazz, Hot Off the Press 156231467X / 9781562314675 Stapled softcover New 8 1/2 inches by 11 inches tall 
    acid-free & lignin-free papers, 12 patterned sheets of 8 1/2 x 11 pull-out pages 
    Price: 5.50 USD
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    The Professional Quilter 2009 winter, issue 106
    17 The Professional Quilter 2009 winter, issue 106
    winter 2009 magazine used 30 pages 
    Contents:
  • Myrna Ficken: Longarm Quilter on the Move. A mobile lifestyle hasn't deterred Myran Ficken from sharing her passion for longarm.
  • Studio Tour with Maryland Quilt Artist Debbie Babin.
  • What Colors Will Sell in 2009? The economic downturn affects the color trends.
  • Are Your Goals Smart? Crafting meaningful goals can impact your success.
  • Financial Focus. Thriving in a Down Economy.
  • On Judging. Entering Judged Shows: How & Why
  • Technology Forum. Preparing for the Hard Drive Crash.

    Condition: Pages are clean. Cover has rubbing wear, creases, and wear to the edges and corners. Back cover has a small piece torn off from removal of an address sticker. 
    Price: 5.50 USD

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    Bread Dough Flowers Primitive Style, Eidick, Mary
    18 Eidick, Mary Bread Dough Flowers Primitive Style
    Craft Course Publishers 1974 stapled softcover used 23 pages 
    Instructions for making bread dough flowers. Projects include:
    Perky Petunias
    Sunny Daisies
    February Violets
    Springtime Daffodils
    Jaunty Geraniums
    The Classic Calla Lily
    Pansies to Please
    Blossoming Dogwood
    and two girls made of bread dough - Studious Stephanie and Betsy Bonnet
    Harvest Bouquet
    Petite Bead Dough Fruits
    Assorted Leaf Patterns

    Condition: cover has creases and edge tears. Pages are clean and unmarked. 
    Price: 3.30 USD

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    Cat Quilts and Crafts, Langeman, La Vera
    19 Langeman, La Vera Cat Quilts and Crafts
    Chilton Book Company 1992 080198355X / 9780801983559 softcover used 80 pages 
    from the cover: "Choose from any of the thirty-seven different feline templates (eleven kittens and twenty-six cats) to create original designs for decorating and gifts. Crafting categories include Decorating Accessories, Kitchen Kitties, Purr-fect Holidays, and Catty Clothing. ....

    The full-size, ready to use templates are realistic in their depiction of cats, rather than cartoon-like. They can even be customized to resemble your own pet, from Abyssinian to Siamese. Pillows, curtains, place mats, tablecloths, a Christmas tree skirt and stocking, T-shirts, and a child's dress are just a few of the items you can quilt or applique. "

    Condition: edge and corner wear; cover scratches. 
    Price: 7.97 USD

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    Candy Cup Critters, Rowenhorst, Vickey
    20 Rowenhorst, Vickey Candy Cup Critters
    Canby Oregon Hot Off the Press 1993 156231145X / 9781562311452 foldout leaflet new 8 inches by 10 1/2 inches tall 
    candy cup holders made with clear plastic cups and 1/16th inch thick crafting foam. Patterns and instructions to make: Li'l Chickadee; Freddy Frog; Ernestine Elephant; Jasper and Friends (Jackolantern, Ghost and bat); Prudence Pig; Lovebug; Indian Maiden; Chilly the Snowman; Leroy Lion; Courtney Cow; Dizzy Dino; Buffy Bunny

    Condition: New

     
    Price: 4.40 USD

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